Plastic Mountain Brooch

 
This beautiful handmade brooch by the sculptor Briony Marshall is for sale in support of the Plastic Mountain project.
 
All the money raised will fund plastic awareness art projects in primary schools with 250 children. We will be taking the children on litter picks, they will learn about why plastic is a problem. Then they will all get to help make a large Plastic Mountain sculpture out of earth and litter. This will then be installed outdoors in their school and they will watch as the earth slowly erodes away, leaving the plastic litter behind!
 

Order the brooch now through Crowdfunder

(it is the top ‘featured’ reward)

4 shots of the brooch from different angles
It is a signed limited edition of 20 and comes in a gift box.

The brooch is a representation of the Plastic Mountain earth sculpture planned for next year in West Norwood.

It is handmade in Briony’s studio in Pewter. This is a lovely metal for making small sculptures that Briony has been using for years. Pewter is an alloy of tin with antimony and copper. You can think of it as the reverse of bronze which is copper with added tin.

 
🎄 Order by midday Friday 17th December for Christmas delivery  🎄
We only have 5 days to reach our target before the crowdfunder closes on Monday 20th December 2021:
Thanks so much in advance for any support you can give

Best Wishes, and I hope you have a fantastic Christmas

Briony

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